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Wraymond  Plummer

Wraymond Plummer

Over 20 Years Defending Juvenile Delinquency Charges
  • Juvenile Law
  • California
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Param S. Pabla September 10, 2020
Rating: 10 Lawyer Rating - 10 out of 10
I have known Mr. Plummer for 16+ years and his skills and ability to defend his clients is second to none.
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For over 20 years, Wray Plummer has defended juvenile delinquency charges in Sacramento and Placer Juvenile Court where he has represented thousands of juveniles charged with all levels of crime from theft to murder. He has extensive experience defending Welfare and Institutions Code 707 transfer hearings (request to transfer case to adult court).

We understand protecting a youth's future is paramount, and legal motions to seal juvenile records are included in every legally eligible case we represent. These motions are very often successful rendering the youth without any "conviction" and the juvenile records are deemed "legally never to have occured" protecting the youth's future job opportunities, higher education applications, and social status.

Wraymond K. Plummer graduated from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law in 2001 with distinction, in the top 10% of his class, earning a membership in the prestigious Order of the Coif and a position as the Chief Comment Editor of the McGeorge Law Review.

Mr. Plummer Wraymond Plummer was formerly appointed by the Sacramento Superior Court as a Guardian ad Litem, and worked as an Administrative Hearing Officer for the McGeorge School of Law, Institute for Administsrative Justice, and the California Hearing Officers, LLC, presiding over administrative hearings in various jurisdictions in Northern California.

His current practice, for over 20 years, has focused on juvenile delinquency defense in Sacramento Juvenile Court and Placer Juvenile Court where he has represented thousands of juveniles charged with sex crimes, homicide, assault, weapons offenses, gang misconduct, theft, and others.

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Practice Area
    Juvenile Law
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
State Bar of California
ID Number: 215464
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9th Circuit
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  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Administrative Hearing Officer
California Hearing Officers
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Lead Attorney. Juvenile Delinquency Defense
Law Office of Wraymond Plummer
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Appointed by Sacramento Superior Court
Guardian ad Litem
Administrative Hearing Officer
McGeorge Law School, Institute for Administrative Justice
University of California - Santa Barbara
B.S. | double major in Biological Sciences and Environmental Studies
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University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law
J.D. | Law
Honors: Order of the Coif
Activities: Chief Comment Editor of the McGeorge Law Review
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Professional Associations
California State Bar  # 215464
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Legal Answers
1 Questions Answered
Q. I want to go watch a criminal sentencing, may I take my 13 year old grandson in to watch also
A: Yes. Criminal court proceedings are open to the public in California. However, please use discretion. Sentencing hearings often come with victim impact statements that discuss the case facts. These often contain graphic descriptions of the crime and how that crime impacted the victim. If the the matter is a juvenile case, then you are not allowed to appear unless you are yourself a victim (or support person for the victim), or the case is a Welfare and Institutions Code 707(b) listed offense in which case the proceedings are open to the public.
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Placer County Juvenile Court
11270 B Ave.
Auburn, CA 95603
Telephone: (916) 241-3434
Fax: (916) 594-0925
Law Office of Wraymond Plummer
Folsom Office
50 Iron Point Circle, Suite 140
Folsom, CA 95630
Telephone: (916) 241-3434
Fax: (916) 594-0925
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